to celebrate (the Eucharistic liturgy) jointly, the prayers being said in unison by two or more of the officiating priests
Origin of concelebrate; from Classical Latin concelebratus, past participle of concelebrare, to celebrate (a solemnity) in large numbers: see con- and amp; celebrate
verbcon·cel·e·brat·ed, con·cel·e·brat·ing, con·cel·e·brates
To take part in a concelebration of the Eucharist.
To take part in (a Eucharist) as a joint celebrant.
Origin of concelebrateLatin concelebr&amacron;re, concelebr&amacron;t- : com-, com- + celebr&amacron;re, to celebrate; see celebrate.
(third-person singular simple present concelebrates, present participle concelebrating, simple past and past participle concelebrated)